Fertility, mortality and migration are the direct determinants of population change or growth as well as the structure of the population such as age distribution. They are therefore direct inputs to population projections. These three demographic pillars have other uses in other sectors of the population. Knowledge about fertility (liver births) levels and trends enables a more efficient allocation of resources by planners for future socio economic demands such as in the education sector, health environment etc. Mortality (death) is an indicator of the well-being health status of a population. It is therefore an important variable in planning in the health sector including mitigation of deaths due to communicable and non-communicable diseases, maternal and child deaths. Migration has socioeconomic consequences at state community and individual levels at the receiving and sending areas. We provide detailed fertility, mortality and migration analysis and estimation from census, survey and vital registration data.